David Havell

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Nothofagus (southern beech), with an 80-million-year-old fossil record, has become iconic as a plant genus whose ancient Gondwanan relationships reach back into the Cretaceous era. Closely associated with Wegener's theory of "Kontinentaldrift", Nothofagus has been regarded as the "key genus in plant biogeography". This paradigm has the New Zealand species(More)
Bandelt, H.-J., P. G. Forster, and A. Rohl. 1999. Median-joinning networks for inferring intraspecific phytogenies. Mol. Biol. Evol. 16:3748. Bandelt, H.-J., P. Forster, B. C. Sykes, and M. B. Richards. 1995. Mitochondrial portraits of human populations using median networks. Genetics 141:743-753. Cassens, I., P. Mardulyn, and M. C. Milinkovitch. 2005.(More)
Although most often used to represent phylogenetic uncertainty, network methods are also potentially useful for describing the phylogenetic complexity expected to characterize recent species radiations. One network method with particular advantages in this context is split decomposition. However, in its standard implementation this approach is limited by a(More)
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